Great Market Square and Monument to the Radvilas

The square was formed in the 16th century, on the steep terrace of the right bank of Nevėžis River, and was the main marketplace of Kėdainiai. There are 17th century buildings near the square: houses of glaziers, the house of Burgomaster George Anderson and the Evangelical Reformed Church.

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Jazz Street

Kėdainiai Šviesioji Gymnasium

In 1625, the owner of the town, reformer Kristupas Radvila established a school in the current Town Hall building. In 1647, it became a gymnasium called Šviesioji (Gymnasium Illustre), and was established in the ornate Renaissance-style two-storey building in Didžiosios Pilies street.

Address Didžioji str. 62 , Kėdainiai

Knypava Market Square

This square was planned in the 17th century. 

Address Knypavos Rinkos aikštė, Kėdainiai

Old Market Square and Complex of Synagogues

The first market square was formed in Kėdainiai in the 15th century and was called the Old Market Square due to it being the oldest market.

Address Senosios Rinkos aikštė (Old Market Square), Kėdainiai

Orthodox Church of the Transfiguration of Christ

The orthodox parish was established in Kėdainiai in 1645, when Jonušas Radvila married his second wife Maria Lupu.

Address Gedimino str. 2, Kėdainiai

St. George's Church

Legend says that the brick church was built by the crusaders in place of a pagan temple, after chopping down a large forest.

Address Šėtos str. 22, Kėdainiai

St. Joseph’s Church

At the beginning of the 18th century, Carmelite monks settled in Kėdainiai. Local residents reformers opposed the Carmelite monks, therefore they built their church only in 1766.

Address Radvilų str. 10 , Kėdainiai
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